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IMO you cant put a ceiling on Eierman.  His style and abilities on the mat make him able to take anyone out.  He is one of those wrestlers that would lose to mckenna by a major and then next match beat him...ya just never know.  If he is on the other side of yianni come march...I'm liable to pick him to get to the finals.

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4 hours ago, Warren_Haynes said:

The three consecutive starters from 141-157 are all from the same high school (Fater Tolton Catholic) and club team (Eierman Elite.) 

 

Most interesting part is that Tolton usually fields a program of about 15 kids total. 

The size of Tolton isn't all that relevant. Tolton historically has just been an extension of Eierman wrestlers that live in the Columbia area. It isn't as if the school is organically producing any talent. Also, Jacques won state titles at Kirksville and Owensville before ever coming to Tolton.

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Missouri improves their Dual record to 11-0 by defeating MAC opponent Ohio, 30-12.

Notes:

1) Missouri does not wrestle 4 Starters (Smith-125,  Erneste-133,  Eierman-141,  Wisman-184)  

2) Colby Smith did not weigh-in at 133 as expected per Press Release.  

3) Lewis bumps up to 184 and gets the Fall

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125: Laney (O) dec Punke (M), sv

133: Guillen (O) wins via Forf

141: Kelly (O) dec Hart (M), 2-0

149: Mauller (M) dec A. Hagan (O), 6-1

157: Jacques (M) wbf Carson (O)

165: Flynn (M) dec Yinger (O), 6-5

174: Fortuna (M) dec Stanley (O), 10-4

184: Lewis (M) wbf Yeargan (O)

197: Koelling (M) wbf Naples (O)

285: Elam (M) dec Parker (O), 2-0

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On 1/11/2019 at 8:41 AM, JBluegill133 said:

IMO you cant put a ceiling on Eierman.  His style and abilities on the mat make him able to take anyone out.  He is one of those wrestlers that would lose to mckenna by a major and then next match beat him...ya just never know.  If he is on the other side of yianni come march...I'm liable to pick him to get to the finals.

I just don’t see how he beats McKenna. McKenna knows Eierman’s style well. He has to stay conservative and pick his shots when he can finish cleanly. He is technically sound enough to do that all day vs Eierman. 

Eierman always has a chance, but I think he has a worse chance vs McKenna than Yianni and I’m picking Yianni to win it all. Styles make matches and Eierman is at a weight with two guys that have the style to beat him. 

I think Eierman has a great shot at winning 149, if he has the size for it. 

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4 hours ago, Housebuye said:

I missed this dual. How did Elam look?

He did nothing on his feet.  He did ride out for the whole 2nd period which was nice, and got his escape in the 3rd for the 2-0 final.  Parker is an NCAA qualifier and is not bad, but is nothing special either.  Should have won by more than 2-0.

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The following is Mizzou's Press Release for Thursday nights Home Dual versus Northern Iowa. 

Of Note :

No 184 pounder listed for Missouri.  Wisman has not wrestled since South Beach.  Marriott perhaps ?

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COLUMBIA, Mo. – No. 5 Mizzou Wrestling will face one of its largest tests of the season as 14th-ranked Northern Iowa comes to the Hearnes Center for a 7 p.m. dual Thursday (Jan. 17). Mizzou is a perfect 11-0 this season has won 31 consecutive duals dating back to the 2016-17 season and Northern Iowa  was actually the last team to defeat the Tigers, a 25-10 decision at the Hearnes Center on Feb. 12, 2017. Northern Iowa comes into Thursday's dual at 2-3 overall in dual competition this season, but has four wrestlers ranked in their respective weight classes.

Thursday's dual will feature four bouts that will pit ranked wrestler vs. ranked wrestler, including a pair of top-10 bouts. Third-ranked 141-pounder Jaydin Eierman will face ninth-ranked Josh Alber and fourth-ranked 174-pounder Daniel Lewis will face eighth-ranked Taylor Lujan of UNI, highlighting what should be an exciting dual. The complete lineups for both teams are below.

  • 125 Pounds – Dack Punke (6-4) vs. Jay Schwarm
  • 133 Pounds – #10 John Erneste (11-3) vs. Jack Skudlarczyk
  • 141 Pounds – #3 Jaydin Eierman (15-1) vs. #9 Josh Alber
  • 149 Pounds – #11 Brock Mauller (20-1) vs. #8 Max Thomsen
  • 157 Pounds – #16 Jarrett Jacques (18-5) vs. Paden Moore or Patrick Schoenfelder
  • 165 Pounds – #13 Connor Flynn (13-3) vs. #11 Bryce Steiert
  • 174 Pounds – #4 Daniel Lewis (16-1) vs. #8 Taylor Lujan
  • 184 Pounds – TBA vs. #9 Drew Foster
  • 197 Pounds – #16 Wyatt Koelling (13-7) vs. Tyrell Gordon
  • 285 Pounds – #16 Zach Elam (16-5) vs. Carter Isley or Izaak Shedenhelm

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1 hour ago, Show_Me said:

The following is Mizzou's Press Release for Thursday nights Home Dual versus Northern Iowa. 

Of Note :

No 184 pounder listed for Missouri.  Wisman has not wrestled since South Beach.  Marriott perhaps ?

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COLUMBIA, Mo. – No. 5 Mizzou Wrestling will face one of its largest tests of the season as 14th-ranked Northern Iowa comes to the Hearnes Center for a 7 p.m. dual Thursday (Jan. 17). Mizzou is a perfect 11-0 this season has won 31 consecutive duals dating back to the 2016-17 season and Northern Iowa  was actually the last team to defeat the Tigers, a 25-10 decision at the Hearnes Center on Feb. 12, 2017. Northern Iowa comes into Thursday's dual at 2-3 overall in dual competition this season, but has four wrestlers ranked in their respective weight classes.

Thursday's dual will feature four bouts that will pit ranked wrestler vs. ranked wrestler, including a pair of top-10 bouts. Third-ranked 141-pounder Jaydin Eierman will face ninth-ranked Josh Alber and fourth-ranked 174-pounder Daniel Lewis will face eighth-ranked Taylor Lujan of UNI, highlighting what should be an exciting dual. The complete lineups for both teams are below.

  • 125 Pounds – Dack Punke (6-4) vs. Jay Schwarm
  • 133 Pounds – #10 John Erneste (11-3) vs. Jack Skudlarczyk
  • 141 Pounds – #3 Jaydin Eierman (15-1) vs. #9 Josh Alber
  • 149 Pounds – #11 Brock Mauller (20-1) vs. #8 Max Thomsen
  • 157 Pounds – #16 Jarrett Jacques (18-5) vs. Paden Moore or Patrick Schoenfelder
  • 165 Pounds – #13 Connor Flynn (13-3) vs. #11 Bryce Steiert
  • 174 Pounds – #4 Daniel Lewis (16-1) vs. #8 Taylor Lujan
  • 184 Pounds – TBA vs. #9 Drew Foster
  • 197 Pounds – #16 Wyatt Koelling (13-7) vs. Tyrell Gordon
  • 285 Pounds – #16 Zach Elam (16-5) vs. Carter Isley or Izaak Shedenhelm

Solid dual. Missouri wins by a lot but the matches are mostly close 

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